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was a famous tv host, his son was brutally murdered. the crime never solved until now. we go inside the adam walsh killing. >>> and, apple's juice? we're on the scene as the company roms out another slimmer, lighter gizmo. so, how low can they go? tonight, we size up apple, by the numbers. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," march 2nd, 2011. >> good evening, i'm terry moran. and we begin tonight with another difficult chapter in the very public struggles of actor charlie sheen. last night, police removed his twin sons from his care after his estranged wife filed a restraining order against him. in an interview with abc earlier this week, sheen, one of four children himself, said he wasn't worried about his kids being negati negatively impacted by his lifestyle in all of this. i can say, hey, kids, your dad's a rock star, the actor said. here's andrea canning with the latest. >> reporter: police under court orders arrived at sheen's home last night to supervise the removal of the twins fro
and no one gets a chance to ask questions, i do want to say here but if you want one of the keys to why adams met the matter to an historian, i haven't had time to mention he to present scottish intellectuals are particularly christian scottish intellectuals with the most enormous challenge of how you can rebuild a public culture in scotland on the basis of a credible system of natural theology, not the old one that has been rejected. and i say, i do want to say in talking about this, one of the things i've tried to do and would love to do more of an will do more of in the future is to expose the huge debt that adam smith owed to his closest friend, david hume, they are accustomed to recognize david hume to partially or partially shaping the economic thinking. we know about that. they make it when it comes to the end of david hume's philosophical life and the authorship of the political discourses of 1752. what i don't think is better has been nearly enough appreciation for the huge export tens of smith's revolutionary dutch revolution in understanding of human nature, hume's skepticism, his
present a philosopher adam smith biography. examines smith's psychological and economic thinking and explores is best known work, the wealth of nations. this was hosted by the cato institute in washington. it is about 75 minutes. >> i will begin with a few remarks thinking about the cato institute. everyone knows there were a libertarian institution, concerned about human liberty and limits on government. some signs that i recall before the construction company descended on the cato to build our new building back here, there used to be in the front in the tree and to give you a sense of the importance we associate with adam smith, within a small window there was a first edition. not a first printing but a first edition of adam smith's wealth of nations. .. is indicative of a and for cato benefactors of mankind incense and highly and not on a benefit or spur mankind. and so, it is very appropriate today we have with us an offer of a new book on adam smith, an intellectual biography, "adam smith: an enlightened life." our author today at our first speaker, nicholas philipson was an
a million people have been displaced. it is our top story at 7:00. adam reports from tokyo. >> reporter: tokyo survived an earthquake and tsunami that devoured everything in his path and now survivors face nuclear exposure and health dangers that may not appear for years. on tuesday another explosion shook the region damaging a containment pool and exposing part or all of the nuclear fuel rods inside. >> we urge people to stay indoors such as their houses or in their offices considering what could happen to the reactors now. >> reporter: prior to the warning, 70,000 people had evacuated the area. >> i hope that we can go back to our house as soon as possible and to live an ordinary life. >> reporter: they are a population effectively trapped inside their homes. in the same area rescue and relief efforts are at the mercy of the wind as rescuers tried to rape avoid a radioactive cloud -- tried to avoid a radioactive cloud. >> we continue to spot areas that have not been searched yet. >> reporter: many areas are out of reach. two earthquakes measured over 6.0 last night. the government is
strikes they are refusing to hear as well. >> a lot of concerns up here. back to you. >>> adam housley please i am getting ap bulletin here that gray smoke is seen rising from japan stricken fujiskema reactor. is adam around? meantime dr. seigel aside from radiation poisoning it's pretty exotic you have more mundane problems there. >> in terms of the radiation you have chemicals that could cause different cancers. >> i am here you have a tsunami alert? what's going on? >> across the radio came we had a couple shakes earlier. came across the radio there is a tsunami alert in the northern part to where we are. they were behind me in the live report. we are driving out right now. we will be fine because we have a van pointed in the right direction with the driver already sitting inside. you don't have a problem what you see people grabbing their stuff. go, go. we have about 14 minutes, 15 minutes depending on the location. but you can see people workers gathering their stuff and they came across the radio then the loud speaker i spoke of earlier. >> you said two meters, 6 feet that's pret
. >> greta: what you probably don't know, we'll find out from adam housley shortly he has just been moved because of some element of alarm. i don't know if adam thinks that is more prudent or he was told to be evacuated. the fact that he was moved, and the fact they've had this new explosion and we see -- we are not getting anything that is particularly satisfying in terms we are going in the right direction. it seems a more dangerous direction rather than a safer direction. >> shepard: some of the problems with adam's location have to do with logistics. you have to have helpers, [ inaudible ] you have to have transportation you have enough to have fuel enough water, food. adam and his crew moving south. when we finish tonight [ inaudible ] we are going to load up a crew and take our satellite dish and our food and provisions and try to get up there to cover the story from that direction. the truth is you have to be able to survive on your own. the people in the north are very much in need many if we can take enough provisions for everyone there, we come we feel like the best we can do is
, arthur hanlon, and adam crossley with dala. [mc] ladies and gentlemen, jim brickman, beautiful world. <♪> <♪> <♪> <♪> <♪> <♪> [jim brickman] brand new song called "carnival" from "beautiful world". that song kind of celebrates my latin roots, growing up in cleveland, oo. for such a long time i was a soloist and i still am really, but collaboration is something that's a really big part of my life, and it's hard for me to talk about collaborat
abigail adams sitting and clutching her scorching hot cup of joe, john adams saying sit down and drink your damn coffee, woman. she really was the brains of the outfit. my mother is overworked, tired, but her still solid body stood hard as a rock. i'm not going to cry, as a tear falls down from her face. don't cry, mom, don't cry. [cheers and applause] >> that was her first time ever. yay! and up next we have indiana telepenova. >> a recipe for water. start with the color magenta, a burning asphalt, of beach ball sighing out its life, a garden grown on accident after accident, add a father painting shelves on the cove, a pinch of guilt, statues of isabella butter flisse -- butterflies, and extinct alpha betts, a teaspoon of autumn leaves, a shepard playing with the winds, some animal begging for snow. mix vigorously like the mountain mixes up its slopes. preheat the bed of a star to -- 240 light-years away. thank you. and next is -- [cheers and applause] >> next is robin black. >> hi, robin! >> oh, ok. i had to know. this is called "eviction notice." the police turned us away. 11 years
will take questions. commissioner adams: i want to thank you for bringing this up. we cover these zoning areas in the neighborhood parks that you talked about. i talked to many merchant organizations around the city. this is making it uniform. it is long overdue. it will help the vitality of a lot of neighborhoods. i can't tell you how many new restaurants have come into the area. this is going to help. i hear the complaints about the toaster oven role. -- rule. businesses have been there for 50 or 60 years. restaurants are just the tip of the iceberg. have you look at this stuff that was enacted, this is 2011 now. a lot of the stuff has to change the vitality of these neighborhoods. i think this is a step in the right direction. >> hot formula retail controls, those were passing city-wide a few weeks ago. it has gotten them thinking about -- that will really control the chain's stores. >> mcdonald's will have to go through the whole formula, and in my neighborhood that would never happen. commissioner adams: it will be kind of the green light for these other businesses. the other questi
to the second hour of monster quake and the killer wave it spawns. we begin with adam housley live in northern japan with the latest. tell us some of the activities if you would in terms of recovery and getting on with life that you have seen. >> we are here along the coast in northeastern japan. the cleanup has began. believe it or not the big difference is as we walk into that area the fish market area the difference is they had a tsunami warning speaker. the speaker got out in time. they had 14 minutes until it hit in the northern part of the country. the land is flat here you can get hills 40-50 pete in elevation in a matter of 1 kilometer. cleanup begins here but there is rationing across the country. 4 hour blackouts including tokyo to try to get power to northern jap japan. with the problems they are having they are 20 percent below what they would have available on the country side. at night they are very cold. there are people with no power no gas no ability to stay warm with that type of technology. over the last figure after you hear a shake you hear something like this. i recorded
state time. wjz is live at city hall, adam may has the latest. >> reporter: the mayor says she's actually happy about this bust and tonight she is encouraging more city workers to report corruption. 13 city workers throwing dice. $6,300 of glass and a bottle of champane. that's what police say they found inside this transportation building on friday. >> adam, it's not a serious charge right gambling but it says a lot about the people's trust in the city. >> reporter: following the conviction of former mayor sheila dixon it brings up a question. >> it's important to me to ensure the public that we're doing the right thing with taxpayers money, and this was not the right thing. >> taxpayers not only agree, they are outraged. >> that's as far as i'm concerned my hard earned money. >> you're not doing the right thing with our money. our taxpayers money. >> i mean it's unbelievable. very unbelievable. >> reporter: some say the mayor should reduce the city work force even further than she already has. >> reporter: do we have too many city employees if they have time to be gambling? >
. first, meteorologist adam caskey. >> good morning. a beautiful picture over the bay. sunrise in about 30 minutes. mostly clear skies overhead at this time. it's got to be another nice day with partly cloudy skies by midday and afternoon. you can see clear skies over the district, 33 degrees right now. we are below freezing for the most part. there are exceptions. 27 in brunswick and hagerstown, 25 in warrenton, 23 in berkeley springs, 29 in chevy chase. highs today in the low 50's with a fair amount of sunshine. mostly cloudy tomorrow, rain tomorrow evening and especially tomorrow night. throughout the entire day on thursday. heavy rain at times. a flood watch wednesday night through thursday. thursday morning could be a tricky commute. >>> what this. going live to newschopper 7 in laurel, maryland, won 97 and the baltimore-washington parkway emerging to gather. a pretty good ride, but heavy volume of traffic spotted between 198, 197, and down to powder mill road is normal. back to you. >> thank you. >>> our top story this morning, pepco's power struggle. maryland lawmakers as an indepen
. >> tonight's "the wall street journal" poll shows americans are adamant against eliminating collective bargaining rights for public workers. >> they say they should have the same rights as other employees. >> they are playing hard ball at the moment. >> the stalemate continues. it is cold here. 10,000 protesters slept outside, 107 slept inside. >> and last night, they used a new label to describe the protesters. >> we can no longer to continue to have all of these slobs in the building. >> these slobs that you're referring to are police officers and nurses and firefighters. >> i think if you would interview all the people who are creating a ruckus, the vast majority who are here today are not police officers or nurses. >> we will interview them tonight, and that republican senator and see if he still thinks they're slobs. >> all that's being shut down by a bunch of slobs taking over the building. >> and the judge decides charlie sheen has gone too far and sends police into sober valley lodge. >> overnight, police removed his twin boys from his care. >> charlie sheen called us last nigh
and consideration gma's. thank you for your consideration. president o'brien: commissioner adams. vice president adams: i totally support this legislation. i have seen this in other areas, particularly union street, castro street, elsewhere, where this has gone forward, and in these economic times, there are vacant storefronts, in union street in particular has been revitalized, so i would totally support this legislation. president o'brien: ok, thank you. commissioner kasselman? commissioner kasselman: like commissioner adams, like this legislation, having grown up from the corner. there seems to be a lot of space no vacant on fillmore street and in the corridor, and it would be great to get some new restaurants come in. president o'brien: thank you. commissioner clyde. commissioner clyde: i think it is straightforward. all of the outreach as been done, and this is initiated from the neighborhood, and it has been thoroughly vetted, so i support it. president o'brien: ok, public comment? >> i will give you the same thing i talked about last month. i feel this is a good piece of legislation, but
. first, meteorologist adam caskey. a drop in temperatures. >> that's true. and there's a wind chill. let's look at the temperatures. 26 and upper marlborough, 28 in alexandria, 26 in fairfax. the wind chill is near 20 degrees. in hagerstown and northern maryland there are wind chills in the teens. we broke 60 degrees yesterday. low 50's's today. .ow 40's partly cloudy and cold tonight. mid to upper 20's tonight. high temperatures around 50 tomorrow. warming up to nearly 60 by saturday and sunday. rain on sunday. probably a soaking with good accumulation. now to lisa baden for the commute. >>> they are doing overnight construction on the inner loop side near 202. hot lanes project work is being cleared from the beltway. between the american legion bridge and the wilson bridge, that is. looks good on 66, 95 in maryland and virginia as well. in alexandria there's a water main break. edsall road is closed. eastbourne direction between danborn and pickett. overnight construction on the beltway is gone at 214. back to you. >> thank you. >>> a four-year-old boy incredible condition after being
on the u.s. military response. first, up the coast line here to adam housley streaming live from a town about 70 miles north and east of our location here in tokyo. adam, the japanese government is apparently asking for help with its nuclear plant problems. >> that's right, shepard. here in nakamonato the fukushima plant, the first couple days we were here the japanese insistent they had this under control. as the situation has gradually gotten worse they have asked for help from the u.s. as well as the iaea. both said they were on board to help. in fact, we spoke with a scientist yesterday who has been here and actually speaking when the earthquake actually hit and been in touch with the japanese along with several of his colleagues to help them out or offer suggestions to get them help with the situation. basically to bounce ideas off of them of how to deal with the situation. the u.s. says they are getting more hands on now, shepard, than they have more as will the iaea after being asked by the japanese. saying listen this situation is getting out of our hands. we need all the help w
lies in the age of samuel adams," why did you write this book? >> guest: i wrote this book because after "resistance to revolution" i remained a little unsatisfied. i mean, i could explain the course of politics, i could explain, i thought, reasonably well why it was that americans had come to embrace independence. but i didn't think i really knew them personally, and i wanted to look at some of the individuals who were in that earlier story more closely and try to understand what they did and how they differed from each other and why they took the political courses that they took. >> host: who was samuel adams? is. >> guest: samuel adams was with probably the leading massachusetts politician of the period before independence. >> host: so the 1750s, 1760s? >> guest: well, he was of an older generation, so actually he was active in the 1750s and then in the 1760s i think became a clerk of the massachusetts legislature. he was a boston tax collector. but his, he was mostly important in the boston town meetings and became, he proposed and was the chair of the boston committee of corre
in with lisa baden shortly. meteorologist adam caskey is up first, because it has been a dramatic change. >> yes, cold front moving through the region in late february and early march, packing a plunge in terms of temperatures. yesterday morning we were in low 40's. right now we are in the 30's. 35 in the district, 30 in hagerstown, 32 incumbent, 36 in quantico, 40 in lexington park. temperatures are still falling as we go through the morning before sunrise at 6:41. highs today around 49 or 50. mostly sunny skies tomorrow and a little breezy. it will be mild with high temperatures in the mid to upper 50's tomorrow afternoon. then temperatures dropped to a low 40's on thursday. the next chance of precipitation is on sunday. that's it for the forecast. >>> the third street tunnel is closed southbound. you cannot get into the tunnel from the york avenue because of an accident that happened overnight. our documented a crash. the southbound direction is closed. -- they are documented in a crash. no troubles in virginia as far as interstate travel. looks good all the way around the beltway. le
que tal buenas noches. le saluda ramon adame. gracias por acompaÑarnos. japon vive horas de pesadilla ante los temores de un serio problema nucl >>> japón vive una situación compñcasda debedo aido la alarma nuclear. >>> el numro de muertos aumeta. >>> las replicas cada vez son más frecuentes y pordrían aumentar. >>> se mantien alerta de tsunami >>> le mostraremos un video, en donde muestra la fuerza de tsunami . >>> veamos. >>> el aguar arrasa con todo. >>> en la costa de californía , en el puerto de santa cruz. >>> las labores de limpieza continúan en esta ciudad. >>> un trabajador dijo que la perdida en botes era muy grande. >>> la zona no ha sido perjudicada por el escape de petróleo en el mar. >>> hoy partio más ayuda de expertos a japón. >>> miles de personas se preocupan, por sus familiares que viven en japón . >>> un hombre contacto a su hermano, ya volvió la calma para él. >>> el hombre confirmo que en japón no hay trasnporte público, >>> el temblor e tokio, se sintío a unos 6 a 7 grados. >>> el me dice que esta bien. >>> solo que japón esta deva
neighborhood that would never happen. commissioner adams: it will be kind of the green light for these other businesses. the other question is the video stores. as you probably know, the video store is a dying industry. few of them rented videos anymore. they are in chapter 11 bankruptcy. there are a few neighborhood own to video stores that are hanging around. some combine the video store use with something else. i am not sure if we will revive the video store industry, but we wanted to remove the barrier. they could survive if they got combined with another use. commissioner dooley: i have seen all of these different things come out. the first one was that i would really like to recommend that any small, self-service restaurant under 1500 square feet or 50 feet could be incentivized to just have that be a neighborhood notification. i feel that these very tiny restaurants that are popping up all over needed additional break. the impact is very slow. they needed their own special category that gives them much more of a streamlined way to move in and get going. my other reservation, there is
and joins us on the phone. adam, what are you hearing and preparing you for? >> neal, we have come in the struction area. we'll have a shot up for you in the next hour or so as we get our gear together. it is the middle of the night in japan hundred miles north and east of tokyo. we are not in the area where we have to worry about nuclear situation. they will not let us get that closely. if we don't have to go that far to find destruction. this town much nicko. there are cars that are stuck up in fence post and one on the top of another . large cracks in the ground and one of the fries. they are diverting one of the cars because there is a two foot wide gap. it is like someone took a knife and sliced it open. we are seeing areas where you can see where the water has come and receded. three-four or five feet. the water came in and there is standing water in a few areas. these are the areas right on the edge of where we saw the massive tsunamies come through a day and half ago. it is more of the mauler part of the tsunami. outlying areas of the sunshine. there is a lot of infrastruct
tonight without electricity or drinking water. our adam housley is streaming live outside the fish market in the city there. adam, what can you tell us about the nuclear concerns there? >> reporter: yeah, here is at the fish market, the japanese coast, 70 miles away from the first reactor you're talking about, the one that caused the problem the last couple of days before the new reactor up the close from there caused problems and people were talking about the threat at that does exist around this entire region because the fact you have three separate reactors that people are extremely worried about. that evaluation area we're told is about 15 miles in circumference. and up to 200,000 people for sure have already been evacuated and the government says maybe as many as 300,000 will be evacuated and we do know that there are at least 19 scientists on at least one site where they're going through and checking each person being brought out to see what kind of radiation con tamation they've been exposed to. >> yeah, adam, we've been seeing video of some of that radiation testing going on. wher
with adam klein on this. related issues adam is a partner of goldman and ms. fisher of the firm classaction practice group. shrek islamic to the prosecution of class-action and the impact of litigation discrimination and is testifying in congress and has been involved in the class action for a number of years and he's going to provide analysis on some of the related issues with respect to the class action. please welcome adam klein. [applause] >> the problem last is of a took a good so i will laugh at that. one of the issues that is presented and when you heard is to what extent does the court consider the issue of rule 23 classification as a question of abstract conduct verses the merits of the case versus what the practical effects of the decision are. to make the point and it has been made before but i will make it again it is the case involving a low-wage workers, women who are the victims of discrimination as the fury in the case. the question is can they prosecute the case in an economically rational way? it's a tale of two cities or perhaps bush v. gore construct in that on the one h
la zona de adams morgan... cual sera el impact que va a tener en los negocios del area?. alfredo miranda, nos adams morgan es un lugar elegido por muchos para cenar y reunirse con los amigos. pero a partir de esta semana tambien se convertira en una zona de construccion de envergadura. estamos muy entusiasmados con el comienzo de la construcción. este proyecto aha tenido como siete u ocho años de desarrollo y ahora ya estamos come los fondos.. un letreerte aiertas, porqu estan las discos abiertas es cuando hay negocio. mas el negiocio acá es viernes y sabado. la construccion va a afectar los negocios de manera negativa por que vamn a desviar el trafico etc. sin embargo propietarios dicen que vale la pena el sacrificio. paue mas personas caminen y es importante para que haya mas negocio en el futuro. se estima que el proyecto se terminara en un lap[so de 15 meses y que al terminar se veran mejoras como aceras mas anchas y mejor ilumincaion. con el ani
and weather every ten minutes. adam caskey has the latest on what is a cold forecast after a beautiful afternoon yesterday. >> sister there was perfect, considering it is early march. it was in the low to mid 60's yesterday with sunshine. today it will be a lot colder. we are feeling the effects already. 25 in upper marlborough, 28 in currently. alread the wind chills are in the teens and 20's. temperatures in the 20's, a cold start, clear skies, sunshine, near 40 this afternoon. low 40's locally and maybe upper 30's in outlying areas. tomorrow will be a little warmer, near 50, which is average for this time of year. by sunday, a widespread area of rain. >>> around the beltway looks good. no problems on 95, 66, the greenway, the toll road, 270, 70, baltimore-washington parkway. route 4 and about five, giving you the all clear on 210. normal service systemwide on metro rail. this is video of alexandria. look at the size of this water main break. the water is gushing down the street. edsall road is closed in each direction between van dorn street and pickett street because of this. back
meltdown. >> and back to adam on the phone from tokyo. did you hear our last guest, and he is concerned this is a major problem and there could be a major nuclear fallout stretching as far east as the united states if the nuclear cloud is able to escape and they do not get the core under control. >> absolutely. this could be the worst of all three disasters. you have the first disaster, the earthquake second disaster is the tsunami that destroyed significant parts of the northern part of japan on the coast and the third could be the worst, which is nuclear fallout and the worst of that situation. just from what we know which as you mentioned the information is changing rapidly, it is hampering search-and-rescue efforts significantly and the ability to get supplies to the city affected most by the earthquake and tsunami. i have her stories from someone, her sister-in-law, she is at one shelter and so much of the infrastructure is destroyed or damaged and so is the information, it is scattered, and assistance is coming in from all over, and the buildings with collapsed but the video shows
's breaking news downtown. first, adam caskey has lots of changes in the forecast. >> big changes. ups and downs in terms of the characters over the next week. that is typical of march. it's tuesday, march 1. notice the clouds have cleared out over the ocean. is an area of high-pressure selling over us and that will bring us sunshine today and tomorrow. that's pushing east. a southerly wind will kick in the bop are tempered results for tomorrow. it will be breezy tomorrow. it's 33 downtown right now. 32 at dulles airport. 37 in fredericksburg. highs in the upper 40's this afternoon with a lot of sunshine. near 60 degrees tomorrow, mostly sunny. let's go to lisa baden now. >>> accident investigation inside the southbound third street tunnel with an accident that occurred around 12:30 this morning. now the southbound tunnel is open. the lanes are reduced as you access from d street. traffic is no longer forced to pass the exit on new york avenue to go down before d street. now you can access that. for what to expect, brianne carter is on the scene. >> we had only seen traffic getting by
and weather every ten minutes. adam caskey is back from his break. it is hard to believe it is almost april. >> the average high today is almost 60. we will probably be in the low 50's this afternoon. the last days have been in the 40's. another cold day today. let's look at the satellite and radar. clear skies. a few clouds of to the west. we will see some of that in our region later today. a mostly sunny day. the clouds will roll into night and will bring a wintry mix tomorrow. 28 degrees in hagerstown, 29 in quantico, 27 in culpeper, 37 in lexington park, 28 in gaithersburg. mostly sunny, low to mid 50's today. cloudy tomorrow with light mixed precipitation with limited accumulation in the higher elevations out west. >>> looks good around the beltway, interstate travel, looks good out of southern maryland looks good between annapolis and cheverly. no troubles on 95 or the b-w parkway. 270 southbound beginning to build in volume at urbana. moving nicely at father hurley boulevard. 66 95, 395, no accidents. northbound our headlights in this camera, springfield. back to you. >> thank you. >
. we ran into him in the hallway. john walsh's son adam was abducted and murdered in 1981. the case went unsolved for 27 years. john and his wife are here with a man who re-examined the case, finally naming adam's killer, 27 years after his body was found. we'll talk to them coming up. >> on a lighter note we are joined by the one and only donald trump. he will be talking about the new season of "celebrity apprentice" which debuts sunday on nbc. if you have been following the headlines a little bit you know donald is also making waves. possible talk of a presidential run. we'll ask mr. trump about that as well. >> and he can finance his own campaign. and skating icon scott hamilton opens up about his latest health scare. the brain tumor that resurfaced. he'll tell us how he's doing and how he keeps his amazing positive attitude. it's infectious. >> it is. ann has a look at the headlines. >> hi, guys. a defiant moammar gadhafi appeared on libyan state television this morning and declared again that he will not step down despite mounting international pressure. he said he'll fight to
enough ice or provide required refridge for thousands of dead bodies. adam housley joins us live. adam where are you and what is the latest? >> reporter: we are in tokyo. the makeshift morgue the same situation they had in thailand in that horrible tsunami they ran out of power there as well. here we are told five million homes the latest number this morning, five million homes are still without power. when we were driving to the edge of the disaster zone one town called mito a city of a couple hunt thousand most of the lights were on. as you got to the edge of the town it was like you were driving into a tunnel it went from light to complete darkness. as you keep driving through some of these towns which didn't have a lot of damage they appear empty it is dark. no streetlights no lights of any kind in that area. what that does it affects the general population that means no grocery stores are open to keep anything cold. nothing perishable like milk or ice. you don't get that kind of supply anywhere around there. difficult for restaurants to open up. any kind of businesses to open up b
is in japan for the big picture there and adam housley also. almost impossible for -- to bring anything to the viewer that they don't already know. >> well, no. you can do one thing. if you are in a particular village, just cover that village. it's unfair when an anchor in new york says to somebody standing out in the middle of what used to be a town in japan and says well, tell me about what's going on. do they feel this in tokyo? what about that nuclear reactor? that person doesn't know all of these things. you could only report on the place that you are in. >> bill: yeah. what you see. >> you could tell a story there it is very hard. you can't gather information about the whole story when you are out in the field. >> bill: right. we don't even know after four days what this nuclear thing is going to amount to. nobody can possibly put it into any perspective because it keeps changing. >> the story is still happening. >> bill: right. >> the story is still happening and you have to be very careful as brit hume said not to go beyond what you know, especially about something as frightenin
2nd.e but when asked when we should celebrate johnld adams said the second of july withof festivities and j people think that that was an argument in an accident that we ended up with the fourth of july 87 they did not release it right away.n they did not release it until they edited it. e the critical debate in of the second continental congress was early june. for two days they took it very seriously than decided they seem to have a majority they needed to be unanimous. if you delayed the vote, you don't goight out to fight the greatest military and the power unless the ducks are and mine. there was a tremendous to effort between june 10th and the beginning of july toe get all of the state'sxpla inline then we shouldt explain that those that they couldco approve anything so long as that led to reconciliation. with their grievances and reconciliation but they wanted to remain british.tion they ended up excepting independence onlyerm because>> they had no viable alternative. but they did forcefully for thatn conclusion. >> host: but you write in "american scripture" the de
that is taking place now. >> greta: adam, thank you. adam housley in japan. thanks for joining us tonight. we'll see you tomorrow, keep it here on fox news channel for the latest news on the crisis in japan. o'reilly factor is next. good night from washington, d.c.. go to gretawire.com and talk about japan. it's already on the topic. >> bill: "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight: >> bill: the death toll in japan now expected to reach more than 10,000 and it could get far worse if the nuclear power plants melt down. we'll have the very latest from the earthquake scene and report extensively on the nuclear issue. >> we are dealing with a culture that is in its mid evil era. which t. comes from a hate-filled holy book, the core core -- koran. >> left wing bob mar -- maher attacks the koran and the left wing media says nothing. >> the naacp failing a test and didn't have an opportunity to be gainfully employed. >> the naacp criticizing attorney general eric holder for allow ago dumbed down test for cops. megyn kelly has been investigating the shocking story. >> caution, you are about
. restart with adam caskey. the rain is coming our way. >> late tomorrow and especially throughout thursday. it will be a lot like what we had on sunday. be prepared for some flooding. there's a flood watch from late wednesday through thursday. 35 right now in northwest, 26 in leesburg, 29 in la plata, 33 in germantown. the 52 is the high temperatures today, average for this time of year. partly cloudy. not as cold tonight, low to mid 30's. mostly cloudy, with rain showers especially by tomorrow evening. the heaviest rain will be on thursday. there's a flood watch for late wednesday through thursday. thursday morning commute will be and a slow commute. >>> normal service this morning according to metro rail. looks good and on the beltway. no problems as far as interstate travel. normal travel times on 95 between richmond and baltimore, 270 between father hurley and the beltway, looks good along 66 between centreville and the beltway. overnight construction is complete near fedex field. back to you. >> thank you. >>> a search is underway for the man accused of trying to sexually assaulted a
. there is a calendar before you, but commissioner adams is our commissioner/representative on the committee, and he will be speaking to that in his vice president's report. i also want to thank commissioner riley for her assistance in helping us with the chinese cuisine restaurant in chinatown. this is a unique situation that our office has been working with with other members of the chinatown community. the restaurant is located right next to the campus of the new city college, the chinatown campus, that is under construction, and so, obviously, being right next to such major construction, there have been some impacts, and the commissioner was very helpful with helping our office, and then there was a big event on friday to help revive the business, so i want to extend our appreciation to you for providing that support. under policy matters, the ada had a presentation at the meeting in terms of a program that we have to offer, so i just want to provide to you the list of entities, merchants' associations that i have already been to to provide presentations. on the 31st, there was a joint meeting w
, thank you. temperatures climbed over night, it is clear but chilly outside. adam caskey is here with a look at our first forecast. >>>> the warmer days slowly become more common around this time of year. we were in the low to mid 60's yesterday and today is quite a contrast. it is chilly outside. clear skies with sunshine. it is not warming us up because of the very cold air mass in place. 35 degrees downtown and 30 hagerstown. a lot of sunshine today and highs about 20 degrees cooler than yesterday. it looks like a new weather system will develop and bring rain this weekend. >> that is a roller coaster ride. >>> fire investigators believe a fire last night injured a little boy and woman. the fire -- the fire broke out at 8:30 last night. they say a 4-year-old boy who was in critical condition was found unconscious on the kitchen floor. a 24-year-old woman suffered burns and smoke inhalation after running back inside the burning building to rescue the child. fire officials say they believe the child was playing with a lighter near paper and set to start the fire. >>> a warning f
, lou is 100. >> osgood: anthony mason shows us some photographs taken by rock star brian adams. jeff greenfield ponders the what if's of history. suze orman offers financial tips for tough times and more. but here are the headlines for this sunday morning the 13th of march, 2011. we begin with the latest from japan. a news agency now estimates more than 1800 people are either dead or missing after friday's massive earthquake and the tsunami that followed. but there are projections that the death toll could rise much higher, perhaps surpassing 10,000 in one state alone. some 170,000 people have been evacuated from a 12-mile area around fukushima nuclear power plant. a partial meltdown is underway now, and a second of the plant's three reactors. many of the households remain without power. at least one million have no water. it's now believed insured losses from the quake could be more than $15 billion. as supplies and personnel stream in from the united states and other nations, japan's prime minister is calling this the worst crisis his nation has faced since world war ii. the afters
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